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    • January Checklist
      by Steve Spratt on December 1, 2022 at 8:01 am

      To view and download the monthly checklists, please create a free account here. The post January Checklist appeared first on Home Preservation Manual.

    • December/January Checklists – Download Now!
      by maronson on December 1, 2022 at 8:01 am

      Monthly Home Maintenance Checklists– Download Now! What to do and when to do it Once you’ve made a commitment to take care of your home properly, you will need to identify what service tasks to do, and when to do them. As you read through the zones of this website you will find notes about The post December/January Checklists – Download Now! appeared first on Home Preservation Manual.

    • December Checklist
      by Steve Spratt on November 1, 2022 at 7:01 am

      To view and download the monthly checklists, please create a free account here. The post December Checklist appeared first on Home Preservation Manual.

    • Building Industry Trips Over Fall Safety Requirements
      by Steve Spratt on February 18, 2022 at 8:46 pm

      Building Industry Trips Over Fall Safety Requirements OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) rule 1926.501 states that any work performed at a height of 6’ or more above a lower level shall have proper protections that safeguard workers from fall injuries. Note that the rule is not just describing roofs. This can also mean walking The post Building Industry Trips Over Fall Safety Requirements appeared first on Home Preservation Manual.

    • How to Make More When Selling Your Home
      by Steve Spratt on July 21, 2021 at 1:38 am

      How to Make More When Selling Your Home This year homeowners across the county are experiencing tremendous increases in the value of their home. Single family houses in prime neighborhoods with attractive, well-maintained homes in move-in condition are just killing it. Many of these homes are receiving multiple cash offers above asking price, with no The post How to Make More When Selling Your Home appeared first on Home Preservation Manual.

    Repairs Take No Days Off

    Repairs Take No Days Off

    Never in recent memory has our home been more important and more central to our daily lives than it is today.

    Life has certainly changed in the last seven months, and the importance of your home and its purpose has only become more vital. Your home is not only your place of refuge, it is now your office, your local school, the classroom for your children, your “safe place” from the virus, and your Zoom base of operation for social, professional and community events and meetings. Never in recent memory has our home been more important and more central to our daily lives than it is today.

    As HPS subsribers are partnered with the creator and industry leader in home Stewardship services that keep their homes resilient and capable of withstanding all of the new life adjustments and requirements facing us in 2020 and beyond. Our quarterly maintenance visits are critical. They make the difference in keeping your home secure from the damage created by blocked filters that can undermine and shut down your HVAC system, clogged gutters that lead to costly water damage, overgrown landscaping that invites rodents and other pesky visitors, unseen dry rot in a window or on the side of your house if untreated will lead to expensive and major issues for your home, and the list goes on and on.

    Our preventive maintenance checklist is the most comprehensive tool in the business and helps keep HPS the forerunner in our field.

    Your quarterly list of fix-it requests “help us help you”, They keep subscriber home as the refuge it is meant to be,

    HPS maintenance visits and repair services take no days off and special projects remain committed to helping subscribers make larger upgrades in and around their home and landscape. Our service teams take no chances and wear personal protective equipment (PPE) on all jobs and home visits while maintaining social distance and following all CDC guidelines. We are a preventative maintenance company after all. It is what we do best.